It's been a long year. Have you found yourself wondering, what can I do to stand up for what I believe in? Each of us has a unique set of skills - our own superpower - we can use to lead change. Join us for breakfast on January 12, 2018, and meet four phenomenal Bay Area women who are using their superpowers for good! Learn how to identify your superpower and use it!
Our superhero speakers include:
Aimee Allison, President of Democracy in Color Aimee is using her superpower to harness the extraordinary political power of Black women to elect the nation's first Black female Governor.
Marandah Field-Elliot, IGNITE participant and Senior at UC Berkeley Marandah is using her reproductive organizing superpower to work with State Senator Connie Leyva to develop and find funding for SB320, which will expand reproductive health and abortion rights to college women across California.
Ada Recinos, Council Member, City of Richmond, CA As the youngest woman to serve on the Richmond City Council, Ada is using her superpower to lift up the experiences of her community members, especially youth and the undocumented.
Julia Wilson, CEO, One Justice Julia used her legal superpower to coordinate the legal clinics at SFO and LAX airports in the wake of the January 2017 travel ban.